As many out-of-state students board the free shuttle to the airport today for Fall Break, they can count on the service being more consistent for the rest of the year, coordinators said.
Zealan Hoover, student body vice president, said student government officials noticed the shuttle — which drives students to the Raleigh-Durham Airport before breaks — was not being offered as consistently as it could be.
The service has traditionally been organized by the Out-of-State Student Association, but due to lack of leadership last school year, the shuttles weren’t offered at every break, Hoover said.
“The service will continue to be coordinated by the Out-of-State Student Association, but we will act as a support system to make sure this service continues to be offered,” Hoover said.
Taylor Kolasinski, president of the Out-of-State Student Association, said the rides are open to all students, but are predominantly catered to members of the association.